In this Issue
Established in 1977 as the definitive journal of its field, Computer Music Journal (CMJ) covers a wide range of topics such as digital audio signal processing, electroacoustic composition, new musical controllers, and music information retrieval. With cutting-edge scholarship accompanied by interviews with leading composers and informative reviews of products and publications, CMJ is an indispensable resource for composers, performers, scientists, engineers, and computer enthusiasts interested in computer-generated sound and music.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 33, Number 1, Spring 2009
Table of Contents
Sonification and Sound Synthesis
Music Information Retrieval
Products of Interest
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